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ArcGIS Enterprise 11.2 (Windows and Linux)

Release date: November 9, 2023

Technical support; support status general availability

Technical Support

Support status: General Availability

General Availability
Nov 2023–Apr 2025
Extended

Mature
May 2025–Oct 2026
Retired
Nov 1, 2026
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Multiple version table

VersionRelease dateGeneral AvailabilityExtended Mature RetiredRelease notes
11.2November 9, 2023Nov 9, 2023–Apr 30, 2025-May 1, 2025–Oct 31, 2026November 1, 2026ArcGIS Enterprise 11.2 on Windows and Linux is a short-term support release. Refer to What's New for more information. 
11.1April 20, 2023Apr 2023–Apr 2025May 2025–Apr 2027May 2027–Apr 2029May 1, 2029ArcGIS Enterprise 11.1 on Windows and Linux is a long-term support release.
11.0July 22, 2022Jul 2022–Jan 2024-Feb 2024–Jul 2025August 1, 2025ArcGIS Enterprise 11.0 is a short-term support release.
10.9.1November 18, 2021Nov 2021–Nov 2023Dec 2023–Nov 2025Dec 2025–Nov 2027December 1, 2027See current deprecation notices. ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9.1 on Windows and Linux is a long-term support release.
10.9May 6, 2021May 2021–Oct 2022-Nov 2022–May 2024June 1, 2024ArcGIS 10.9 deprecation plan. ArcGIS Enterprise 10.9 is a short-term support release.
10.8.1July 28, 2020Jul 2020–Jul 2022Aug 2022–Jul 2024Aug 2024–Jul 2026August 1, 2026ArcGIS 10.8.1 deprecation plan. ArcGIS Enterprise 10.8.1 is a long-term support release.
10.8February 20, 2020Feb 2020–Aug 2021-Sep 2021–Feb 2023March 1, 2023ArcGIS 10.8 deprecation plan. ArcGIS Enterprise 10.8 is a short-term support release. 
10.7.1June 27, 2019Jun 2019–May 2021Jun 2021–May 2023Jun 2023–May 2025June 1, 2025ArcGIS 10.7 deprecation plan. ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7 is a short-term support release. See the Product Lifecycle Policy for formal definitions of what this means.
10.7March 21, 2019Mar 2019–Sep 2020-Oct 2020–Mar 2022April 1, 2022ArcGIS 10.7 deprecation plan. ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7 is a short-term support release. See the Product Lifecycle Policy for formal definitions on what this means.
Beginning with ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7, versions of ArcGIS Enterprise will either be designated as short-term support releases or long-term support releases. Short-term support releases will receive a total of 3 years of support, while long-term support releases will receive a total of 6 years of support.
10.6.1July 17, 2018Jul 2018–Dec 2019Jan 2020–Dec 2021Jan 2022–Dec 2023January 1, 2024ArcGIS 10.6 deprecation plans.
10.6January 17, 2018Jan 2018–Dec 2019Jan 2020–Dec 2021Jan 2022–Dec 2023January 1, 2024ArcGIS 10.6 deprecation plans.
10.5.1June 29, 2017Jun 2017–Nov 2018Dec 2018–Nov 2020Dec 2020–Nov 2022December 1, 2022-
10.5December 15, 2016Dec 2016–Nov 2018Dec 2018–Nov 2020Dec 2020–Nov 2022December 1, 2022Please view the deprecation plans for ArcGIS 10.5 and ArcGIS 10.5.1.
10.4.1May 31, 2016May 2016–Jan 2018Feb 2018–Jan 2020Feb 2020–Jan 2022February 1, 2022-
10.4February 18, 2016Feb 2016–Jan 2018Feb 2018–Jan 2020Feb 2020–Jan 2022February 1, 2022View the Deprecation Plans for 10.3.1 and 10.4
10.3.1May 13, 2015May 2015–Nov 2016Dec 2016–Nov 2018Dec 2018–Nov 2020December 1, 2020View the Deprecation Plans for 10.3.1 and 10.4
10.3December 10, 2014Dec 2014–Nov 2016Dec 2016–Nov 2018Dec 2018–Nov 2020December 1, 2020View the Deprecation Plans for 10.3
10.2.2April 15, 2014Apr 2014–June 2015Jul 2015–Jun 2017Jul 2017–Jun 2019July 1, 2019ArcGIS 10.2.2 will be the last release of ArcSDE.
View the Deprecation Plans for 10.2.2 for more details.
10.2.1January 7, 2014Jan 2014–Jun 2015Jul 2015–Jun 2017Jul 2017–Jun 2019July 1, 2019View the Deprecation Plans for 10.1 and 10.2.1 for more detail.
10.2July 30, 2013Jul 2013–Jun 2015Jul 2015–Jun 2017Jul 2017–Jun 2019July 1, 2019-
10.1June 11, 2012Jun 2012–Dec 2013Jan 2014–Dec 2015Jan 2016–Dec 2017January 1, 2018Lifecycle Phase Dates for 10.1 were set prior to implementation of the 2-year calendar based approach.
10June 30, 2010Jun 2010–Jun 2012Jul 2012–Dec 2013Jan 2014–Dec 2015January 1, 2016Retired. ArcGIS 10.0 was the last ArcGIS Server release with support for the Solaris platform (with the exception of the ArcSDE technology component).
View the 10 and 10.1 deprecation plans and the 10.1 and 10.2 deprecation plans for more details.

Additional product notes

Beginning with ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7, versions of ArcGIS Enterprise will either be designated as short-term support releases or long-term support releases. Short-term support releases will receive a total of 3 years of support, while long-term support releases will receive a total of 6 years of support.

Along with all components of the ArcGIS Enterprise base deployment (Portal for ArcGIS, ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Data Store, ArcGIS Web Adaptor), all server licensing roles of the ArcGIS Server software components follow the same product life cycle of the main ArcGIS Enterprise version.

ArcGIS Enterprise on Kubernetes has a separate product lifecycle.

ArcGIS Enterprise extensions include the following:

  • ArcGIS 3D Analyst 
  • ArcGIS Aviation Airports
  • ArcGIS Aviation Charting
  • ArcGIS Data Interoperability
  • ArcGIS Data Reviewer
  • ArcGIS Defense Mapping
  • ArcGIS Excalibur
  • ArcGIS Knowledge
  • ArcGIS GeoPlanner
  • ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst
  • ArcGIS Indoors
  • ArcGIS IPS
  • ArcGIS Maritime
  • ArcGIS Mission
  • ArcGIS Network Analyst
  • ArcGIS Pipeline Referencing
  • ArcGIS Production Mapping
  • ArcGIS Roads and Highways
  • ArcGIS Schematics
  • ArcGIS Spatial Analyst
  • ArcGIS Trace Network
  • ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic)*

*Deprecation Notice for ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic): All the components of ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic), which include Desktop/Pro and Server extensions and Pro Admin, will be deprecated in Q4 2024. 

All patches and hotfixes that are available for a particular version have the same support life cycle as the version they address.

Dates listed in each support column indicate when that release of the product entered that phase of support.

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